Join Our Team
Most of our team members have been with Good Transport for a significant portion of their careers, with many driving, dispatching, servicing or otherwise supporting our business for 15 years or more.
As a family-owned business and a major player in the world of commercial transportation, we’re proud that every one of our employees is cause for our success and truly a part of the Good family.
We’re always looking for skilled, experienced drivers to join our team. We also have openings throughout the company.
So, why work with us? Here are just a few of the reasons to join our team.
- Competitive Compensation for Local and Regional positions
- No-Touch Freight Hauling Opportunities
- Same Day Routes, Getting You Home Each Day
- A Family-Friendly Environment Where Family Comes First
- Be a Part of an Industry that Supports Our Community & Region
- And Much More
Scroll through our open positions below and request a phone screening today. Once we receive your request, one of our team members will set up a phone call to learn more about you and why you’d make a great addition to the Goods team. We look forward to speaking with you about employment opportunities at Good Transport Services.
Current Open Positions
- Bulk Feed Truck Driver – Columbia, PA
We are looking for feed truck drivers responsible for loading, transporting and unloading feed between the feed mill and customer, ensuring the care of the company and customer property. Nighttime and daytime positions available. See job description>
- CDL Driver (Van Department): No open positions at this time
We are looking for truck drivers responsible for loading, transporting and unloading bagged feed and other packaged materials to our clients’ facilities. See job Description>
- Medium & Heavy Duty Truck Technician
Our Columbia, PA service shop is looking for truck technicians to handle advanced repair and maintenance to company owned and customer vehicles.
See Job Description>
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